Rather than exercise alone on a cardio machine, students at Zumba With Chrissy & Gina torch calories together as they follow a Latin-inspired dance routine. Chrissy and Gina set their choreography to fast-paced international tracks, creating a fiesta-like atmosphere that spurs participants through each workout. The energetic duo leads Zumba lessons up to four days a week, even holding sessions outdoors whenever meteorologists request a rain dance.
Master instructor & head trainer Frederick Neal is a certified professional trainer and sixth degree black belt with over 30 years of experience. He specializes in core body training and full body dynamic movement techniques. He offers traditional and alternative methods of training designed to familiarize beginners with the science, spirit, and secret handshakes of the exercise world.
Charisse Fitzgerald's journey as a yoga instructor has seen her teach in gyms, studios, and community centers across New York and New Jersey. Now at the helm of her own space, she leads Vinyasa yoga lessons that help visitors dissipate stress and tone bodies through a flowing series of poses.
The experienced trainers at European Soccer Academy believe that positivity and commitment are key ingredients for inspiring their players, who range from three-year-olds to teens. Through a medley of individual and team services, they strive to plant the seeds of a lifelong love for the game. They practice with all comers, regardless of initial ability, and motivate kickers with safe and constructive teachings that are meant to hone motor skills while building muscle.
During 10-week team-training programs, academy experts work with coaches to tackle collective weaknesses and augment strengths. Employees personalize their exercises for one-on-one practice sessions, while summer camps instill goal-scoring skills with themed activities. Trainers can even attend matches and compose a game day evaluation, which suggests future team strategies such as painting the ball black to recruit muscly bowlers.
At Duncan Martial Arts, instructor Gregory Duncan carries on his father’s legacy by teaching the Way of the Winds system. The first martial artists to bring ninjutsu to the United States, Gregory’s father, Professor Ronald Duncan, created a system that emphasizes rapid-fire striking patterns, evasive movements, and joint locking. Implementing elements of traditional taijutsu and jujitsu, the Way of the Winds system also includes education in traditional weaponry, such as sais, tonfa, han-bo, nunchakus, and more. Classes help build self-confidence and mental focus as students learn control over their bodies and responses to high-stress situations, such as a stranger approaching them in a dark alley and asking them to name all the vice presidents in alphabetical order. To expand upon the influences of Eastern fitness traditions, the center also offers yoga classes designed to center the mind and strengthen the body.
The PGA instructors at SwingPlane Productions have a noble mission: make the game of golf more enjoyable for everyone. The team uses video swing analysis technology to help achieve this by providing instant, on-screen feedback of swing mechanics. A high speed Sony Action Cam camera breaks down players' swings frame-by-frame, revealing subtle flaws such as an awkward hitch in the backswing or the use of performance-enhancing hockey sticks. Lessons can be taken in person to combine the forces of video analysis and real-time professional advice or conducted over the internet, during which the instructor will analyze videotape of the student’s swing and prescribe specific drills to help improve results.